Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences and Belgorod University have started creating a type of mouse that is sensitive to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
According to a new study, researchers are able to use CRISPR to reduce the body weight of mice by a staggering 20 percent!
It's widely thought among those searching for the scientific equivalent of the "fountain of youth" that undergoing transfusions with blood from younger individuals may be the key to slowing down the aging process. A new study, however, shows it may not be young blood in its entirety that's the trick.
Do you ever wonder how cancer research conducted on mice relates to humans? Even scientists have pondered this question. Researchers at Michigan State University have laid to rest at least some of the puzzle in a recent study.
Researchers have made a major breakthrough in the war against Alzheimer's disease after successfully reversing the condition in a study on mice.
A new study finds that a ketogenic diet -- consuming high levels of fat and low levels of carbs -- caused mice to live longer and grow stronger.